Reconstruction of a Skull Found at Stonehenge is Basically Jim Carrey

By Petr Knava | Miscellaneous | December 19, 2017 | Comments ()

By Petr Knava | Miscellaneous | December 19, 2017 |


So a little while back they found a skull at Stonehenge.

And then they took to reconstructing his face. As you do.

As per the New Scientist:

The well-preserved skeleton was discovered in an elaborate tomb in the 1860s, providing a rare example of the anatomy of Neolithic people. His face has been brought to life by Swedish sculptor Oscar Nilsson, using information from bone and tooth analyses. The length of the man’s bones, the skeleton’s weight and his age - estimated at between 25 and 40 years old - were used to determine the thickness of the skin on his face and muscle definition.

Which is all very well and good but what’s most puzzling to me is that nowhere in that article does it say that Stonehenge Man is basically a confused Jim Carrey.


Eat your heart out, eternal Keanu Reeves.

Or, I mean, Reddit user DaminDrexil gets it:


It’s definitely Carrey, right? Who do you guys see?


Petr Knava lives in London and plays music

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